Pavakka Theeyal

Theeyal made with Bitter gourd(pavakka) and Small onions(Kunjulli)

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Pavakka Theeyal

Theeyal made with Bitter gourd(pavakka) and Small onions(Kunjulli)

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By salini Jayadeep

Published On: 31 Aug 2005

Rating: 4
25 Votes, 14 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Heat oil in a non-stick pan or a kadai.

Step 2

Add shallots and bitter gourd pieces.

Step 3

:- Do not add water.

Step 4

Add salt and cook on a low flame, till the shallots and bitter gourd pieces are cooked well in oil.

Step 5

Heat up another pan or kadai.

Step 6

Dry roast coconut, till it turns brown.

Step 7

Add chilly powder, coriander powder and turmeric powder and roast for a few more seconds.

Step 8

Grind the above into a fine paste.

Step 9

Add the ground paste into the shallots-bitter gourd pieces and mix well.

Step 10

Cook on a low flame.

Step 11

Add tamarind juice and cook for a few more mins.

Step 12

Heat oil in another pan or a kadai.

Step 13

Splutter mustard seeds.

Step 14

Add red chillies and curry leaves.

Step 15

Pour the above seasoning into the curry and mix well.

Step 16

;- Serve hot with rice.

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Anusree

I used this as a reference and cooked...,It was really delicious..everyone appreciated

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sona

Its awesome. I tried it and it turned out great. Thank you salini for sharing it..

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lalitha

Made this today..tasted delicious!!!! never loved pavakkai fry also this much thanks a lot for a wondeful recipe

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lakshmi

Awesome,it turned out to be very good n so easy too.

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Rems

this is a very good recipee

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Anila

I liked it....very tasty and very easy to prepare

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Deepthi

tasty dish..everyone loved it..i never liked pavakka, but couldn`t eating this:) keep it up!!

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Susan

Thanks for the wonderful recipe. First time making a theeyal and it turned out good. Thanks to you. I ve added ur recipe link to my blog: http://cookbookofsusan.blogspot.com/

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Raji Jojan

I try the receipe,it is a tasty one.If u add jaggery also then it will more tasty.

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Faisal

A tasty recipe... ThanX!

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Mitchelle francis

It was good.u may add little jaggery with tamarind juice which will give a better taste ..

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Indu Francis

It was a great recipie!! My husband enjoyed it......

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LV

Try it...very good

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menon

tried it and it was really GOOD!!! Thanks.

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